Oli's remarks during an address to the National Assembly, or upper house, comes just days ahead of the Nepalese foreign minister's visit to New Delhi on January 14.
Santosh Khilo of Talaganjaipadar confirmed a teacher from the neighbouring state had visited the village to enroll school students.
The decision was taken at a meeting, chaired by Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla, between the chief secretaries of Assam and Mizoram.
A school on the Assam-Mizoram border was blown up, allegedly by the miscreants from Mizoram on Friday night.
Ever since the reorganisation of states, Maharashtra Ekikaran Samiti has been observing 'Black Day' on Rajyotsava in the Belagavi region in protest against the merger of Belagavi with Karnataka.
Sanbor Shullai letter followed Shah's intervention to restore peace following the clash at the interstate borders of Assam and Mizoram earlier this month.
The youth wing of Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM) wondered for how long the Assam government would “harbour Bangladeshi refugees” as vote-banks.
The Indian Army said Chinese troops fired shots in the air and attempted to close in on an Indian position in eastern Ladakh on Monday.
According to the surveying and mapping department of Nepal, China has pushed the international boundary 1,500 meters towards Nepal in Dolakha.
The structures came up last week on Wednesday after which the Indian forces intervened.
A crucial meeting of the ruling communist party to decide the political future of Oli was postponed for the fourth time on Friday, citing floods in the country.
The 27-year-old Kunjam, who hailed from the Kutrutola village of Charama block in Kanker district, about 180 km south of Raipur joined the Indian Army in 2011.
The latest border dispute began over India's inauguration last month of a Himalayan link road built in a disputed region that lies at a strategic three-way junction with Tibet and China.
"The border dispute between India and China has been ongoing for a long time. We want to resolve it as soon as possible," Singh said.
The article, published in the Global Times, also warns New Delhi against being fooled by Washington. This is the second time that the Chinese mouthpiece has warned India against the US.